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Just recently, we took a look at the proper way to answer and talk on the phone in different parts of the world. Turns out, that’s not the old thing that’s different when you step out of the borders of your own country. Dining properly changes vastly. The things you do while eating in your own […]
The way you start your day completely sets the tone for the rest of it. If you start your day lazily, the rest of the day could end up being lazy.
You can head to the store and pick up a cool new smartphone or gaming PC with some money. Money can buy a lot, but can it buy happiness?
How does Google Translate compare to a professional human translator? If put in a battle, can Google out-translate a trained individual?
You’re probably familiar with Facebook and how it looks. You know Apple, eBay and Yahoo, but do you remember what these websites looked like years ago?
The Nyrius ARIES Home+ wireless HDMI transmitter promises zero latency: crucial for gaming where speed and timing is important. Does it deliver? Find out, and enter to win your own.
When you hop on a plane and travel to a new country, there are a lot of things that are different.
Thinking about hitting the road (or air) and taking a trip soon? Make the most of it with a bit of knowledge.
What can you do to make sure you aren’t being tracked by the sites you visit?
Do you use social media, either for fun or work? Would you like to make your social media experience more enjoyable and efficient?
An infographic that explains what people love about infographics. It all comes full circle.
Picture this, you walk into work one day, thinking everything is normal. Then your boss drops the ultimate bombshell on you: there’s a meeting, and you had no idea it was coming.
There’s a certain subset of people on the Internet who like messing with people just for the sake of doing it. We call them trolls.
So, you’ve just deleted a file. Congratulations, that file is no longer a part of your life. Or so you thought!
There are certain things in movies that tend to become iconic. There’s the characters themselves, of course, but there’s also recognizable vehicles and homes.